Union strike means no closure of I-5 ramps at 116th tonight, Thursday

  • Wednesday, August 29, 2018 10:05am
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MARYSVILLE – Because of a union strike, asphalt plants are closed so there will be no closure of the I-5 ramps at 116th Street.

Reece Construction had planned to close the ramps on the north side of the Interstate 5/116th Street as part of the ongoing Tulalip Tribes interchange improvement project Wednesday and Thursday nights.

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